Sunday, September 23, 2018
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Big Big Heart – Kittens Slay Dragons (album review)

Catalysts come in many shapes and forms, and that’s a finely hued pun right from start. After hitting a difficult point in her personal...

Proud Shame – Heavy America (single review)

Despite being the product of modern day Boston, Heavy America have a sound that links together points in time and places on the map...

Pastures New – Blind River Scare (album review)

Blind River Scare has always been a great reminder that when it comes to roots genres, the lines blur easily. Country music is just...

The 58 Shakes at The Kingsdown Inn, Stratton Sat 20th May...

I’ve not had the chance to venture out into Swindon’s bordering bars and catch a live band in a few months so it was...

Hometown/Infinite Moons – Dru Cutler (single review)

When you look at an artists “about me” or biographical blurb and check their listed influences, it often says more about what they want...

Wollow – Sergio Beercock (album review)

As the artist’s own name might suggest, Wollow is an album that contains much duality. With roots in both Sicily and England, Sergio blends...

The Lonely Cry of Space and Time – Anna Coogan (album...

Anna Coogan’s songs cover a lot of ground both musically and lyrically. And whilst her alternative takes on a mercurial blend of pop, rock...

When You Come Around – Jonathan Cavier (single review)

After the country-tinged drive of Comes A Moment, Jonathan Cavier returns with something more straightforward pop and as it wafts past my senses I...

Stronger – Brielle Von Hugel ft. B.o.B. (single review)

The last time I encountered Brielle she was tugging heartstrings and weaving emotive strands through slick, chilled pop vibes like a jazz diva re-invented...

The Bitter End – Jamie R Hawkins (album review)

I’m sure there are just as many, if not more, acoustic, solo, guitar slingers around now than there ever has been. Sadly in this...